Dibs on naming rights!
I hope they name it... Gozer (the Gozerian)
Located 580 light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Auriga the Charioteer, there lies an extra fluffy exoplanet with an average density similar to a marshmallow, light enough to float on water. The planet, code-named TOI-3757 b, is the lowest-density planet found around a red dwarf star yet, according to a study …
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I don't believe these tales that someone has a bathtub big enough to float planets in. You'd never get the whole tub down a Hyperspace bypass, even with flashing yellow lights.
My theory is that this "tub" is an big rubber pool, pink, that gets rolled up and sent lengthways. Sewing this together caused the shortage of Ningis that prevented anyone else from having an entire Triganic Pu. Leading to the inevitable crash of the Galactibanks once the Altarian Dollar tanked following that disastrous "mini-budget" the week before the Presidency became vacant.
> when astronomers talk about metals, they generally mean anything with more protons than helium.
The properties of Hydrogen have led to the conjecture that it is probably a metal (when solid). We as a species have not created a high enough pressure and a low enough temperature for it to form (yet). The guess is that from the phase transition to happen would require millions of standard atmospheres of pressure. We do not have any materials that could withstand the immense pressures required for it to form. Look where it is in the periodic table, the solids of all elements in its section (Hydrogen & alkali metals) are all metals.